One of the things you can do with the EIP card is withdraw cash from ATMs.
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The Treasury Department and the IRS are issuing millions of seconds to second stimulus checks in the form of prepaid debit cards in order to expedite the delivery of payments to as many people as possible.
These cards provide certain protections against fraud and loss, and can be used to make purchases online or in stores anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.
If the second stimulus check came to you as an EIP card, you can use it to do any of the following without paying a fee:
–Transfer funds to a personal bank account
–Make purchases with signature or PIN debit anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted: in stores, online or by phone,
–Get cash during a PIN debit purchase when available
–Get cash from network ATMs
–Get a replacement EIP card, if needed
–Check the balance of your card online, through a mobile application or by phone
–You may also be interested: What information do you need to give the IRS for direct deposit if a third stimulus check is approved?